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Goldsmith Williams Overseas to offer advice at Mortgage Expo

Goldsmith Williams Overseas Limited (GWOL) will host Mortgage Expos first Overseas Legal Advice Centre with lawyer partners from countries including Spain, Cyprus and Turkey located in the Property Investment Pavilion.

Visitors to this years Mortgage Expo at Earls Court will have the opportunity to receive guidance on how best to advise clients considering buying property overseas.

Nia Jones, international services manager of GWOL, will speak about the legal and conveyancing aspects of buying property overseas at a seminar dedicated to the overseas market.

Simon Conn, managing director of Conti Financial Services Limited, will also address delegates at the seminar and other issues covered will include overseas mortgage advice, financial planning and overseas property hotspots.

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